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Stockholm: ABBA The Museum Entrance Ticket

1. Stockholm: ABBA The Museum Entrance Ticket

Visit the spectacular ABBA The Museum on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm and enjoy an out-of-the-ordinary experience with this entry ticket. See costumes belonging to the 4 group members, along with gold records, original items, memorabilia, and much more. At this museum you are an important part of the experience, so by the end, you will end up feeling like the 5th member of the band. Discover what you look like in their legendary stage costumes, and sing at the legendary Polar Studio, formed by ABBA musicians Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson. Experience the exciting 3D avatars and enter the stage with the band.

Stockholm: Vasa Museum Entrance Ticket

2. Stockholm: Vasa Museum Entrance Ticket

Make your visit to the royal flagship Vasa on the island of Djurgården easier by buying your ticket in advance. See 11 exhibits and find out why the Vasa sank in Stockholm harbor in 1628 on its maiden voyage before it ever went to war. Show your admission ticket at the ticket counter and head straight inside to explore the museum. Start your tour with the documentary to get to know the ship. Then walk through 11 interesting exhibitions placed around the boat at your own pace. Take advantage of the multi-level exhibitions and viewing platforms to admire the well-preserved craftmanship of the ship from different angles. Stop at the restaurant or café on the ground floor for a break to contemplate what you have learned. On the way out, visit the museum shop for souvenirs.

Stockholm: Red Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus & Boat

3. Stockholm: Red Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus & Boat

See Stockholm’s most famous sights from along its streets and waterways with this hop-on hop-off tour. Choose to stay on the bus line or take the tour to the water with regular service between Stockholm's islands and city streets. Listen to commentary about Stockholm in your choice of 10 languages. Choose a 24-hour ticket for the bus tour or the boat tour. A combination ticket gives you full access to both the bus and boat tours. See all the attractions in Stockholm at your own pace.  Get directly to the sights without any long diversions, stopping at attractions such as Skansen, the Royal Palace, Gröna Lund, the Vasa Museum, Fjällgatan, City Hall, the Abba Museum, the Ice Bar, Old Town, and several popular shopping districts. Bus stops: • Tegelbacken• Gustaf Adolfs Torg/Royal Swedish Opera • Old town• Southern Heights• SoFo• Viking line and cruise line terminals S167 and S160• Medborgarplatsen• Skeppsbron• Kungsträdgården• Nybroplan/The Royal Dramatic Theatre• Djurgården• Skansen/Gröna Lund/ABBA The Museum• Vasa Museum/National Nordic Museum/Junibacken• Museum park• Frihamnen cruise line terminals F634, F638, and F650• Karlaplan• Stureplan• Hötorget Concert Hall• Ice Bar/Stockholm Central Station• Cityterminalen• Rådhuset/Stockholm Courthouse• City hall Boat stops: • Royal Palace• Nybroplan• Vasa Museum• Skeppsholmen• Gröna Lund and ABBA the Museum• Cruise Berth S167 (not in operation during the winter season)• Museum of Photography• Slussen

Stockholm: Viking Museum Exhibition and Viking Ride

4. Stockholm: Viking Museum Exhibition and Viking Ride

Jump back to the 10th century and experience the fabled Viking era as if you were really there. Through hourly tours, conducted in either English or Swedish, get a real impression of what life was like for the Vikings — from bloody battles and vicious plundering, to idyllic farm life and a complex system of religious belief.  You’ll even come face to face with a model of life-sized Viking, created using DNA recovered from centuries-old remains, along with countless other artifacts and impressive reconstructions. You can also take advantage of the free audio guide at the Viking Museum. Hop on the thrilling ride, Ragfrid’s Saga, to get a real taste of a Viking’s daily life, told from the perspective of a Viking warrior’s wife. To cap it all off, grab a bite at Glöd, the museum’s modern Nordic restaurant, with sweeping views of the Stockholm harbor.

Stockholm: Guided Fika Tour

5. Stockholm: Guided Fika Tour

Going for a fika at a “fik” is by far one of the most Swedish things one can ever do. Fika basically means to meet up for a coffee and a piece of cake or pastry, and a fik is slang for a café, bakery, or pastry shop. Sweden enjoys a highly developed culture when it comes to baked goods, and everywhere in Stockholm you’ll find cafés and cake shops brimming with atmosphere, character, and quality. Throughout this tour you will be taken to explore some of the best cafés this city has to offer. From top-class cafés and award-winning bakeries, to mouthwatering and Instagram-friendly dishes, you will get to taste your way through Stockholm whilst learning all about this treasured tradition.

Stockholm: Vasa Museum and Vrak Museum Combo Entry Ticket

6. Stockholm: Vasa Museum and Vrak Museum Combo Entry Ticket

Take advantage of a combined entry ticket to visit the iconic Vasa Museum and the newly opened Vrak – Museum of Wrecks in Stockholm. Explore the world's only preserved 17th-century ship and learn about maritime archeology. The Baltic Sea is home to more well-preserved wrecks than anywhere else on earth. Discover their fascinating stories on a visit to the Vrack – Museum of Wrecks. Enjoy interactive digital experiences including film encounters, lifelike VR dives, holograms, and games. Then, head to the Vasa Museum to see the 64-gun warship Vasa that sank on her maiden voyage in 1628. This is the only nearly fully intact 17th-century ship that has ever been salvaged. Walk through 11 interesting exhibitions around the ship and take advantage of the multi-level viewing platforms to admire the well-preserved craftsmanship from different angles. Listen to an audio guide for both the Vrak Museum and the Vasa Museum directly onto your smartphone and hear interesting information as you explore the exhibitions at your own pace. Once you're done, make sure to pop into either museum's well-stocked gift shop offering themed products. Or grab a bite to eat and enjoy a cup of coffee at the  Vrak Café and Bar. In the summertime, the café's outdoor seating offers a view of the Stockholm harbor.

Stockholm: Highlights Guided Walking Tour

7. Stockholm: Highlights Guided Walking Tour

Stockholm is a city built on 14 islands connected by a total of 42 bridges. The charm of its setting therefore lies in the intermingling of land and water but if you have never explored it before how do you know which of the islands to start on and how to best navigate between the many bridges to get the best out of the city? This is where this tour comes in! As Stockholm is a terrific city to absorb on foot we explore the highlights of this Scandinavian capital while introducing you to World-class museums such as ABBA, Vasa and Nordic museums, theaters, galleries, and gorgeous parklands as well as trend setting fashion, design and music scenes that has influenced the rest of the world for decades. Stockholm is a metropolitan city with a tangled old town where you can find the picturesque and narrowest street in Sweden. Walking along Skeppsbron that connects Gamla stan to Södermalm, you will enjoy the unmistakable scent of freshly baked cinnamon buns from Skeppsbro bakery. You will explore new city icons such as the golden bridge of Slussen and the revamped Sergels torg. We will also visit the dynamic down town of Kungsträdgården where you might be treated to street food festivals or the namaste Indian culture day. Experience Djurgården, the first ever national park in the middle of a city where you will stroll through the blue gate and visit junibacken, the fascinating world of famous author Astrid Lindgren.

Stockholm: Old Town & Vasa Museum Skip-the-Line Private Tour

8. Stockholm: Old Town & Vasa Museum Skip-the-Line Private Tour

Discover Stockholm's old town and enjoy priority access to its Vasa Museum on a combined tour. In just 2.5 hours you’ll take in the city’s most popular sights. On your guided walk through the old town you’ll learn how and why the Nobel Prize came to be, and where the Royal Family actually lives. You guide will also tell you what the residents used to do with their garbage, how narrow the narrowest alley in Stockholm is, how many live in the old town, and what the cost of living is there. Next you’ll board a ferry to the island of Djurgården. Enjoy spectacular views of Stockholm from the water, and en route you'll come to understand why Stockholm is sometimes referred to as the Venice of the North. Visit the Vasa Museum and discover how a ship that spent 333 years on the bottom of the sea could be so well preserved, how many people died as the ship sank, who was punished for this failure, and how it was salvaged. Learn all this and more and have your questions answered during a tour of the Museum. Once your tour has finished, you’re welcome to stay on longer to check out the exhibitions and watch a film about the Vasa.

Stockholm: Old Town, Djurgården Island & Vasa Museum

9. Stockholm: Old Town, Djurgården Island & Vasa Museum

Your tour begins at Stortorget, the main square of Old Town. Hear legends and stories about the city and the people that used to lived here. You’ll walk past some of the best-known landmarks of the area, such as the Royal Palace, the Coronation Church, and the statue of St. George and the Dragon. If you have chosen this option, board the Djurgården ferry for the short trip to the island of Djurgården. On the way you’ll be able to see parts of Stockholm from the water, including Old Town and the island of Södermalm. Stop at the Vasa Museum, the most visited maritime museum in the world. Marvel at the nearly 400-year-old wooden ship that is remarkably intact despite being under water for more than 300 years. Enjoy a 30-minute tour of the museum, which will be the end of the guided tour.

Stockholm: Hop-on Hop-off by Bus

10. Stockholm: Hop-on Hop-off by Bus

Hop aboard one of the comfortable hop-on hop-off buses and explore Stockholm and its sights at your own pace during 24 or 72 hours. The bus stops at famous attractions like Gröna Lund, Skansen, Fjällgatan, City Hall, Ice Bar, the Royal Palace, Old Town and several popular shopping districts. You can also combine your bus ticket with a hop-on hop-off boat tour for the ultimate sightseeing experience. Your ticket entitles you to various discounts. The bus stops at the following attractions: 1 Strömgatan / The Royal Opera 2 Riddarholms Church 3* Old Town (West) / Kornhamns Torg 4 Stadsgården cruise berth / Viking Line Terminal 5 Fjällgatan 6 Medborgarplatsen 7* Old Town (East) / Räntmästartrappan 8 The Royal Palace 9 Kungsträdgården 10 Strandvägen 11 Vasamuseet 12 ABBA the museum / Gröna Lund Tivoli 13 Skansen 14 a Historiska Museet 14 b Frihamnen cruise port / Silja Line terminal – on cruise days only 15 Stureplan 16 Kungsgatan 17 Ice bar 18* Central Station / Vasagatan 19 City Hall *Bus stops 3, 7 and 18 are cancelled until further notice due to construction work.

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4.9 / 5

based on 5 reviews

Это было просто чудесно! Музей - супер! Меги моей супруге очень нравится творчество группы ABBA. В музее мы получили истинное удовольствие.. Особенно экспозиция аудио-студия, уголок "Mamma Mia", участие в голографическом выступлении группы. Огромное спасибо!

Amazing experience,I would recommend anyone interested in historical and archeological projects it's aust whilst in Stockholm. Lots of information,great accessibility and super clean facilities, to end it all the cafe has amazing food!

Great museum, you can listen audio tour guide from your phone in the meantime. They leveled story of the ship, and supported the exhibition with items from inside of the ship. I loved it.

Really enjoyed this museum, the ride at the end tells a really interesting story and it was a great day out

Good and organised museum with loads of interesting facts and display.